Shufeng Garden Hotel Chengdu
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... in People’s Park was the famous tea house located there. Winnie explained to us that this was really just a social place where people would sit with a group of friends and spend the whole day talking but going back to ancient times in order to stay there you had to buy a cup of tea from the vendors. She explained that the tea really isn’t anything special and in fact it’s usually pretty terrible, but people really enjoy sitting and gossiping ...
... makes since as the cuteness and loveable panda would beat out a bunch of pinned butterflies encased in glass any day of the week.
The panda research centre was an awesome place and well worth the trip out of the city. We now head back to town for a little shopping and looking around.
Chengdu has a wonderful feel and vibe. We walked from the university area back to our hotel which weaves its way through many ...
... and I guess that was what shocked me too, but for her it’s just an everyday thing I guess. The one thing that did stand out about the place though was that each shop was run by a woman, and they were dressed up as if they were going out on a Friday night. This seems to be a theme in China, wherever you go, women are dressed to impress, even at eleven am on a Tuesday morning in the supermarket!
We left ...
Today was the day Melanie had been waiting for. She was determined to get to the "Chengdu research base for the breeding of giant pandas" early for her chance to hold a panda. We opted to do this tour on our own as tours are rushed to these types of places. We grabbed a cab and arrived around 8am. We asked the guard where to go to hold a panda and he directed us to the nursery. We were told to come back at 9:30 to be able to sign up. Melanie didn't want to go too far so we ...
... a result of my hard work (and a little of Shoji's, we were the first to finish! woo!)
Part 2 of day 2 in Xi' an consisted of hitting up the some vendors to practice up our bargaining skills and then FINALLY getting to go to see the soldiers! This was my first real experience with the chaos of China. Once we got into the park, we had to wait in line for a bus. In China the only way you get to the front of the line is to push and shove. Everyone cuts. ...